Sudeep Paul The Indian Express Group
'For macroeconomic stability, you need political credibility... that's exactly what the general election should bring'
Friday 6 December '13Sergrei Guriev, a top Russian economist, was rector of Moscow’s New Economic School until he resigned on April 30, 2013 and moved to France.
Saturday 23 November '13Stephen King’s new book is a happy one.
Saturday5 October '13A detailed biography of one of literature’s greatest recluses claims to have all the answers, but fails to convince.
Saturday27 July '13A meditation on death and memory, by a very European novelist
‘Regardless of John Kerry's personal priorities, Washington's foreign policy pivot to Asia remains valid'
Wednesday17 April '13As Indian and South Korea mark 40 years of diplomatic relations this year, South Korean Ambassador JOON-GYU LEE talks
Saturday9 March '13The story of Venezuela under his rule can be told through the career of oil giant PDVSA
Saturday2 February '13The few ways in which literature won at JLF 2013
Friday25 January '13Israel’s secular and moderate half regained its voice just in time
Saturday19 January '13Roberto Bolaño’s posthumous contribution to literature is immense. The publication of Woes of the True Policeman does not do justice to his reputation
Wednesday9 January '13Messi’s glory is the individual’s. But behind him there’s always Barca
Monday19 November '12Through five tumultuous decades, America met its match in Philip Roth
Tuesday16 October '12Time and options are running out for the Iranian regime
Saturday6 October '12Half a century on, A Clockwork Orange can still stun like a punch in the vitals
Saturday18 August '12Lionel Asbo is less the state of England and more Martin Amis’s parting gesture
Saturday21 July '12A young man’s scorn for conventional literature spills out. Fans, kindly note, it is Bolano’s first novel
Friday8 June '12Was it a mistake to award Euro 2012 to Poland and Ukraine?
Saturday14 April '12A memoir writer and a novelist talk about homelands and exile
Saturday4 February '12Roberto Bolano is back with a war boardgame, mixing fact and fiction
Monday30 January '12The lines and layers of the city on the hill, on a first visit
Saturday17 December '11Anna Funder’s debut novel is a reminder of the price that Nazi Germany extracted from individuals
IT ALL STARTS HERE
Pawan Khera and Shashi Tharoor's defence of the UPA, as rejoinders to articles by Pratap Bhanu Mehta and Shekhar Gupta, displays how political sycophancy can distort perception. They are written to ensure their status in the party. Madhu Trehan A people in despair, a government in wonderland Comments